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triplets_93

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Hot in N. Texas tonight...

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Hot. Desert.

At least the shade works. It'll be this way until September and then cool for a few months and then miserably cold for 4.
 

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A (unseasonable) beautiful 82 degrees today in the Oklahoma panhandle. Heading to Dallas tomorrow where it’s 107!
 

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Gerald is covering Hurricane Hilary on his Agenda Free YouTube Channel.

Those who do not give real caution to the Flood/Flash Flood WARNINGS will be putting themselves in Life-Threatening situations. The NWS has said these flash floods will develop quicker than expected in the Warning Zones!!!

THE WEAKENING OF THE HURRICANE WINDS DOES NOT REDUCE THE RAINFALL HAZARDS.

 

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107 Friday 105 today 108 tomorrow AC is cranked up 73 indoors now shooting for 68
 

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Game at SoFi this afternoon:

...TROPICAL STORM WARNING WITH A THREAT OF DANGEROUS FLOODING AND
STRONG WINDS FOR MUCH OF LOS ANGELES AND VENTURA COUNTIES INTO
EARLY MONDAY MORNING...

Please visit the National Hurricane Center`s web page:

www.nhc.noaa.gov/refresh/graphics_ep4+shtml/061248.shtml?cone#contents

For the latest position and forecast track of Tropical Storm
Hilary.

For further information on Hilary and its impacts on southwestern
CA please see the latest Hurricane Local Statement (LAXHLSLOX).

While the center of Hilary remains well south of the area, bands
of moderate to heavy rain well out ahead of the center have moved
through LA and Ventura Counties today and this is expected to
continue into tonight. Rain rates earlier in LA County reached
close to an inch per hour near the Sepulveda Dam and in the
Antelope Valley foothills and .25-.75" per hour elsewhere. Those
rates have dropped off quite a bit across LA County as of 1pm but
expecting additional heavy bands to move through mainly LA/Ventura
Counties through tonight as a weakened but still potent Hilary
continues to move north into California. It`s critical that
people, especially in LA/Ventura Counties, not let their guard
down when rain rates drop off as there is still plenty of the
storm left to go as we could easily see rain rates back up to an
inch per hour or higher, especially in the mountains and Antelope
Valley. Also expecting rain to spread into SLO and Santa Barbara
Counties, though generally much lighter than areas to the east.

Due to the storm taking a little more easterly track and reaching
landfall slightly farther south, winds, especially at lower
elevations, are not expected to be that strong. However, mountain
areas will still be susceptible to some stronger gusts to 50-60
mph through tonight.

Hi res ensemble based guidance shows rain coverage shrinking
considerably on Monday, but still with some pockets of very heavy
rain across LA/Ventura Counties so the morning commute Monday may
still be quite wet in some areas. These showers are expected to
diminish through early afternoon but can`t rule out additional
showers and thunderstorms, especially interior areas as clouds
start to clear and we get some surface heating and increasing
lift.

Dry weather returns Tuesday and Wednesday with warming
temperatures but lowering humidities.
 

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Well, we were being told that Boise was going to see "historic" levels of rain because of Hurricane Hilary. Now they're backpedaling on that. lol

It is dipping us into the 80s for several days before bumping back up to the high 90s, so, that will be a nice break.
 

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Well, we were being told that Boise was going to see "historic" levels of rain because of Hurricane Hilary. Now they're backpedaling on that. lol

It is dipping us into the 80s for several days before bumping back up to the high 90s, so, that will be a nice break.
That storm looked like it was falling apart fast as it approached. Still unfortunately brings a crap ton of rain though for Cali.
 
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